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CONTENTS

·         Academic & Administration Heads

·         Vision and Mission

·         Profile of the College

·         Faculty

·         Academic profile

·         Fees & Fees rules

·         Educational Concessions

·         Scholarships & Endowments

·         Scheme of examinations

·         General rules

·         Library Rules

·         Hostel Rules

·         Campus facilities

·         Organizations

·         Memorandum of Understanding

·         e-Governance & m-Governance

·         Recent Awards 

·         Time Tables

ACADEMIC and ADMINISTRATION HEADS 

PRINCIPAL 

Dr.Eswara Sarma M P, MD (Ay)
Off : 04832751851
Cell : 09895251393
 

VICE PRINCIPAL 

Dr. Prema P.E. MD (Ay)
Off :04832751851
Cell :09446154741
 

CHIEF EXECUTIVE OFFICER 

Sri M. BALAKRISHNA KURUP

Phone :0483 - 2731874

Mob : 09446322999 

EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR 

Sri N.Vijayakumar

Phone :0483 – 2731874

Mob : 9447764894 

VISION and MISSION 

Vaidyaratnam P.S. Varier Ayurveda College, Kottakkal is one of the pioneering institutions in the academic topography of India, which offers excellent education in Ayurveda, the science of life.

The College has completed 95 years of academic excellence and has a glorious history. The College was started by Vaidyaratnam P.S.Varier, the great visionary and social reformer, who revitalized and remodeled the science of Ayurveda. 

Profile of the College 

     The Aryavaidya Patasala was started in the year 1917 at Calicut by Late Vaidyaratnam P.S.Varier, the founder of Arya Vaidya Sala and was run by the Arya Vaidya Samajam, a registered society. The Patasala was financed by the Arya Vaidayasala, Kottakkal. A four years course leading to the diploma ‘Arya Vaidyan’ was conducted. In 1924, the Patasala was shifted to Kottakkal with a view to give practical training to the students in the Arya Vaidya Sala Charitable Hospital. The Arya Vaidyan course was abolished in the year 1958 and ‘Diploma in Ayurvedic Medicine (D.A.M) course was introduced. In 1959, the Aryavaidya Patasala was upgraded as an Ayurveda College. The new course (D.A.M) was of four years duration followed by an internship training of six months.

In 1972, the Ayurveda College, Kottakkal was affiliated to the University of Calicut and a new course, Bachelor of Ayurvedic Medicine (B.A.M), was started. The B.A.M course had duration of 5 years followed by internship training for six months. The minimum qualification required for admission to the B.A.M. course was a pass in pre-degree with Physics, Chemistry and Biology as main subjects.

     In 1979-80, the Ayurvedacharya [Bachelor in Ayurvedic Medicine and Surgery] course was introduced. The B.A.M.S course has duration of 41/2 years followed by internship training for 1year. Now the College offers the Ayurvedacharya (B.A.M.S) degree course in Ayurveda of the University of Calicut. Five Ayurvedic Postgraduate courses in Mano Vijnan evum Manas Roga (Ayurvedic psychology & psychiatry), Agadatantra evum Vidhivaidyaka (Ayurvedic Forensic medicine and Toxicology), Swasthavritta(Ayurvedic Social and Preventive Medicine), Dravyagunavijnana(Ayurvedic Pharmacology) and Panchakarma are also present.

From 2010 onwards, new admissions in UG & PG courses are conducted with the affiliation of  KUHS (Kerala University of Health Sciences).

The Arya Vaidya Samajam was dissolved on 31.03.1976 and the Kerala Ayurvedic Studies and Research Society (K.A.S.R.S), a Society registered under the Societies’ Registration Act, took over the administration of the College. The Governing Body of the K.A.S.R.S consists of five members of the State Government with the Health Minister as Chairman and five nominees of the Arya Vaidya  Sala. The Executive Committee of the Society consists of three members of the State Government with Secretary to Government, Dept. of Health & Family Welfare as Chairman and two members of the Arya Vaidya Sala. The day-to-day affairs of the Society are being looked after by the Executive Director and the Chief Executive Officer of the Society.

 

DEPARTMENTS 

The college is functioning with 14 departments as follows. The teaching faculties are distributed among these departments.  In addition to this, a Physical Education department is also functioning here.

 

Samhitha, Siddhanta  &Sanskrit

Prasoothitantra

Rachanasareera

Kaumarabhritya

Kriyasareera

Kayachikitsa

Dravyagunavijnana

Panchakarma

Swasthavritha

Salyatantra

Rasasatra & Bhaishajya kalpana

Salakyatantra

Agadatantra evum Vidhivaidyaka

Physical Education

Roganidana

 

 ACADEMIC PROFILE 

A)   Undergraduate Course –AYURVEDACHARYA - B.A.M.S (from academic year 2012 – 2013 onwards)

The B.A.M.S degree course of the Central Council of Indian Medicine is conducted in the College. The number of seats available is 50. Admission is made on the basis of a Common Entrance Examination conducted by the Controller of Entrance Examinations, Government of Kerala. Out of 50 seats, 45 merit seats are allotted by Controller of Entrance Examinations and 5 management seats are filled by Arya Vaidya Sala, Kottakkal. 

Ø  Admission Qualification

12th standard with science or any other equivalent examination recognized by concerned State Governments and Education boards provided the candidate passes the examination with 50% aggregate marks in the subjects of Physics, Chemistry, Biology and 50% in Biology separately. 

Ø  Minimum Age for admission:

·         17 years as on 1st October in the year of admission for B.A.M.S.Course. 

Ø  Duration of course:

      Degree Course 5-1/2 years. Comprising 

·         I Professional - 12 months

·         II Professional - 12 months

·         IIIProfessional - 12 months

·         Final Professional - 18 months

·         Compulsory rotatory Internship - 12 months 

The period of internship will be of 12 months in case of total duration of course of study is covered under 4 1/2 years. In case of 12 months internship training, the six months of training be provided for clinical training under various departments. 

Ø  Degree to be awarded

The candidate shall be awarded Ayurvedacharya (Bachelor of Ayurvedic Medicine and Surgery) degree after completion of prescribed courses of study extending over the prescribed period and passing the final examination and satisfactorily completion of six months /one year compulsory internship after the final examination. 

Ø  Medium of instruction

Sanskrit, Hindi, any recognized regional-language or English

Ø  The number of students to be admitted

The admission should be made strictly in accordance with the student-bed ratio of 1:3 i.e. on the basis of 3 beds in the hospital attached with the college one student should be admitted every year. The minimum number of students to be admitted in an Ayurveda college should be 20.

Admission & Withdrawal

·         Students are ordinarily admitted only at the beginning of the first term of the First profession of the degree course.

·         Student admitted in the College incurs the liability to pay the fee for the whole year.

·         All candidates for admission must present in person for interview as directed.

·         Students who are admitted after the re-opening date will lose attendance for the days preceding admission and the days so lost will be treated as days of absence for the reckoning attendance for the year.

·         A student applying for the Transfer Certificate must have paid all fees or dues to the College.

·         A student applying for the return of the S.S.L.C certificate or any other Certificates must have cleared all his/her dues. 

B) POSTGRADUATE COURSE – M.D (Ayurveda)

          Postgraduate courses are conducted in the College in five specialties. Admission is strictly through the Kerala Ayurveda M.D. Entrance Examination conducted by the Controller of Entrance Examinations, Kerala. Candidates from outside Kerala are also admitted in the seats reserved for them. The duration of the course is 3 years. Candidates have to submit a dissertation of research work at the end of the course. 

No.

Name of Specialty

Year of starting

No. of seats

  1.  

Mano Vijnan evum Manas roga

2000

6

  1.  

Agadatantra Avum Vidhivaidyaka

2003

4

  1.  

Swasthavritha

2008

4

  1.  

Dravyagunavijnana

2008

4

  1.  

Panchakarma

2008

4

 

C) CERTIFICATE COURSES 

Paramedical courses – 1 year duration – filled by DAME

a) Ayurveda Pharmacist     

 b) Ayurveda Therapist course 

C.C.Y (Certificate Course in Yoga)

The course is conducted by CRIYA (Clinical Research

Institute for Yoga and Ayurveda). There are 20 seats and the admission is based on Plus-two marks. The duration of the course is 6 months. The Course is approved by Kerala Government and University of Calicut. 

FEES and FEE RULES 

  • The fee should be paid in the College office on or before 15th of June every year and in case of PG scholars; annual fee remittance is at the time of promotion.   

·         Fine of Rs.20/- will be levied from the students for every week default in payment of Tuition and miscellaneous fees. The candidate will lose his/her attendance if he/she does not pay the fees within 15days from the due date.

·         Candidate selected for admission to the College should pay the first installment of fees on the date of admission.

·         Fees once paid will not be refunded in any case. Cash transactions will be closed at 3 PM.

·         To avoid inconvenience, students are advised to bring the exact amount of fees. For every payment made to the office a receipt will be issued from the Office which should be produced as and when called upon to do so.

·         A receipt shall be given for every remittance made. Mistakes if any in receipts issued for payment should be pointed out and be corrected on the spot. Complaints made later will not be considered. Rules do not permit the issue of duplicate receipt for any future requirements. 

Rules for collection and refund of Caution deposit 

1.    Every student for the course of study shall, on admission to the College at the commencement of the course be liable to pay the caution deposit prescribed for that course at the rates prescribed along with the first installment of tuition fees and other special fees.

2.    The caution deposit to be paid by a student for the course shall be retained in the institution till competition of the course of study. At the end of the course of study, the caution deposit collected from the student will be refunded to him/her on receipt of application from the student in the form prescribed , after adjusting the dues, if any on account of:-

·         Loss of library books

·         Recovery of fine for breakages of laboratory equipments and any other loss caused to the properties of the College.

·         Arrears of fees if any.

If the caution deposit is less than the amount to be realized from the student, the excess amount will be realized by other means as the Principal may decide.

3.    The students should keep in safe custody the receipts issued for remittance of caution deposit amount during the tenure of the course. The caution deposit amount will be refunded only if the concerned receipt issued from the College is produced along with the application for refund of caution deposit. Failure to produce the original receipt will result in forfeiture of the claims for refund. Exemptions from the operation of this rule may be granted by the Principal in genuine cases where the original receipt is not in a position to be produced and provided further the Principal is personally satisfied about the identity of the applicant claiming the refund.

4.    The caution deposit shall be disbursed to the claimant in person and his/her aquittance obtained in the caution deposit register. A receipt in the prescribed form should be attached along with the application for refund of caution deposit 

BAMS COURSE - FEE STRUCTURE (In Rs.)

 

2009-10 Admn.

2010-11 Admn.

2011-12 Admn.

2012-13

Admn.

Tution fee

12,000

12,000

12,000

12000

Admission/Readmission fee

25

100

100

100

Verification fee

10

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Verification fee to University

500

1000

1200

1400

Caution money deposit

200

200

200

200

SPECIAL FEE

 

 

 

 

Athletic fee

75

150

150

150

Library fee

25

50

50

50

Medical fee

5

50

50

50

Stationery fee

10

250

250

250

Audio visual fee

5

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Calendar fee

5

50

50

50

College Union Fee

10

150

150

150

Magazine fee

10

100

100

100

Sports affiliation fee

75

150

350

350

Scout & Guide fee

2

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University union fee

30

100

400

400

Students Aid Fund

5

100

100

100

Women study unit

2

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Fee for Identity Card

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50

50

50

     POSTGRADUATE COURSE – FEE STRUCTURE (In Rs.)

 

2011-12 Admn.

2012-13 Admn

Tution fee

15000

15000

Admission/Readmission fee

200

200

Verification fee to University

2250

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Registration fee

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2550

Caution money deposit

1000

1000

SPECIAL FEE

 

 

Athletic fee

150

150

Library fee

100

100

Medical fee

50

50

Stationery fee

300

300

Audio visual fee

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Calendar fee

50

50

College Union Fee

150

150

Magazine fee

100

100

Sports affiliation fee

400

400

University union fee

300

300

Students Aid Fund

100

100

Women study unit

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Catalogue fee

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Lab fee

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150

Fee for Identity Card

50

50

 

PARAMEDICAL COURSE – FEE STRUCTURE (In Rs.)

Tution fee

3500

CautionMoney deposit

500

 

INTERNSHIP – FEE STRUCTURE (In Rs.)

Athletic fee

75

Library fee

25

College union fee

100

Magazine fee

10

University union fee

50

Van fee:-

            An amount of Rs.450/- shall be remitted annually within 15th of June every year. A fine of Re.1/- will be levied for every week’s default.

 

EDUCATIONAL CONCESSIONS TO STUDENTS 

Ø  Educational concession to SC, ST and O.E.C students:-

The students belonging to Scheduled Caste, Scheduled Tribe, and Other Eligible Communities including Kudumbis are eligible for full fee concessions. Those students will be eligible for the actual boarding and lodging charges if they are residing in the collegiate hostels. In case of day scholars whose residence is beyond 8 kms of the College, they are eligible for a monthly stipend of Rs.150/- and those who are residing within 8 kms Rs.500/- in case of SC/ST students. The Other Backward Community students and converts from them are eligible for full fee concession (including van fee) for the first year of study in each class. All the students belonging to the above categories shall submit their applications in the prescribed form within one month from the date of admission/promotion/ or reopening of the College.

A lump sum grants of Rs.19000/- will be sanctioned for the purchase of books and Almirah for the first year of study, through book bank scheme to SC category. 

Ø  Concessions under Kumara Pillai Commission Report

Students belonging to socially and educationally backward classes whose family income does not exceed Rs.42000/-are eligible for educational concessions under this scheme. A holder of concession under this scheme shall not hold any other scholarships, stipend, remuneration or concessions from any source. 

Nature of concessions:-

          In the case of students whose annual family income is below Rs.42000/- (a) Full fee concession (b) Annual lump sum grant of Rs.500/- and (c) Monthly stipend of Rs.250/- for hostellers and Rs.75/- for those who do not reside in recognized hostels. Students who are entitled to get concession shall apply for the same in the prescribed form within one month from the date of admission, promotion or commencement of the academic year. 

SCHOLARSHIPS & ENDOWMENTS 

·              Merit Scholarship instituted by M/s Arya Vaidya Sala, Kottakkal

A scholarship by the Aryavaidya sala, Kottakkal, is awarded to students who hold 1st to 4th rank in the final year examinations of B.A.M.S.

·         Dr.P.K.Warrier Shashtyabdapoorthi smaraka Award’

This award is instituted by ‘Arya Vaidya Sala Agents Association’. It is given to the best final year student of the College every year. 

·         Prof: T.N.Krishnan Moosad Endowment Award

o   It is awarded every year to the first rank holder of the Vaidyaratnam P.S.Varier Ayurveda College, Kottakkal in the first B.A.M.S examination conducted by the University of Calicut/ KUHS.

o   The prize shall be awarded as books at the annual prize distribution of the College.

o   The decision of the administrator shall be final in all matters relating to the award of prize.

·         Endowment in the name of Late Shri.N.V.Raghava Varrier

o   This endowment is awarded by Shri.N.V.Krishnankutty Warrier and Smt.P.Madhavikutty on behalf of their uncle, Late N.V.Raghava Warrier.

o   The award will be distributed among the students who have secured the maximum marks in Roga Nidanam and Kayachikitsa.

·         Dr.R.Bharatharajan Endowment Award

o   It is awarded to the ward of non-teaching staff who becomes the top scorer of SSLC examination.

·         Kottakkal Ayurveda College Union Award

o   It is awarded to the top scorer in Ashtangahrudayam and Padarthavijnanam of Ist Professional Examination added together.

·         P.T.A. Endowment Award

o   It is awarded to the Ist, IInd and IIIrd rank holders of BAMS third professional examination.

·         Sri.S.V.Govindaji Endowment Fund Award.

o   It is awarded to those students who are financially poor but academically forward. The award is given for full period of BAMS course.

·         Dr.Pushpa Memorial Endowment.

o   It is awarded to the top scorer in Rachana Sareera & Kriyasareera in first professional BAMS examination.

·         Joel award

o   This award is instituted by Dr. V. J. E. Elizabeth Antony, Retd Principal. It is awarded to the top scorer in Koumarabhritya in III professional BAMS examination. 

·         Agada award

o   This award is instituted by Dr. C. M. Sreekrishnan, Retd Professor, Department of Agadatantra. It is given to the top scorer in Agadatantra in II professional BAMS examination.

·         Aryavaidyan S. Varier Endowment Award

o   It is an annual award in memory of late Aryavaidyan  S. Varier for the best outgoing graduate of Vaidyaratnam P.S. Varier Ayurveda Kollege, Kottakkal. The award is to be presented at the annual seminar conducted by Arya Vaidya Sala, Kottakkal. 

ATTENDANCE AND LEAVE OF STUDENTS

·         Attendance shall be marked at the beginning of each class, whether theory or practical, by the member of the staff in charge of the class. Students should occupy their respective seats before attendance is taken. They should not leave the classroom nor should the late comers enter the classroom with out the permission of the teacher in charge of the class. No student shall absent himself from a class without leave. Absence without leave for a part of a session shall be considered as absence for half day. The student coming to class late without leave shall lose attendance for that period unless otherwise recommended by the teacher in charge of the class.

·         All application for leave should state clearly the number of days and the days for which the leave is required and give fully the grounds for the application. If leave is required for a single hour only, application may be made to the teacher in charge of the class during the hour and the same will be forwarded to the Principal with the remarks. If grounds of application for leave are not clear or satisfactory, the students may be called upon to explain or the leave may be refused.

·         In case of unforeseen circumstances, the leave application should be submitted not later than the first day of return to the College.

·         Students absenting themselves without leave for more than 15 consecutive working days without satisfactory explanation will be removed from them rolls of the College. They may be re-admitted at the discretion of the Principal.

·         Students should secure at least 80% of attendance separately in theory and practical in each subject to obtain certificates of attendance.

·         Disciplinary action including imposition of fine will be taken against those who repeatedly absent themselves on insufficient grounds.

 

SCHEME OF EXAMINATION

B.A.M.S Degree Course – KUHS – (year batch from 2012 -2013) :

i. Theory examination shall have minimum 20% short answer questions having maximum mark up to 40% and minimum 4 questions for long explanatory answer having maximum marks up to 60%.These questions shall cover entire syllabus of subject.

ii. A candidate obtaining 75%marks in the subject shall be awarded distinction in the subject.

iii. The minimum marks required for passing the examination shall be 50% in theory and practical separately in each subject.

iv. The supplementary examination will be held within 6th months of regular examination and failed students shall be eligible to appear in its supplementary examinations as the case may be.

v. In case a student fails to appear in regular examination for cognitive reason, he/she will appear in supplementary examination as regular students. In such cases his/her non appearance in regular examination will not be treated as an attempt. Such students after passing examination will join the studies with regular students and appear for next professional examination after completion the required period of study .

vi. The following facts may be taken into consideration in determining class work in the subject:-

i. Regularity in attendance

ii. Periodical tests

iii. Practical copy 

FIRST PROFESSIONAL EXAMINATION

i) The first professional examination shall be at the end of one Academic year of Professional session. The First Professional session will ordinarily start in July.

ii) The first professional examination shall be held in the following subjects:-

1. Padarth Vigyan avam Ayurved Ithihas

2. Sanskrit

3. Kriya Sharir (Physiology)

4. Rachna Sharir (Anatomy)

5. Maulik Siddhant avam Ashtang Hridaya (Sutra Sthan)

iii) A student failed in not more than 2 subjects shall be held eligible to keep the terms for the second Professional Course; however he/she will not be allowed to appear for second professional examination unless he/she passes in all the subjects of the First Professional. 

SECOND PROFESSIONAL EXAMINATION

i) The second professional session shall start every year in the month of July following completion of first professional examination.

The second professional examination shall be ordinarily held and completed by the end of month of May/June every year after completion of one year of second professional session.

ii) The second professional examination shall be held in the following subjects:-

1. Dravyaguna Vigyan (Pharmacology and Materia Medica)

2. Rasashastra-Bhaishajya Kalpana (Pharmaceutical Science)

3. Agad tantra Vyavhar Ayurveda evam Vidhi Vaidyaka (Toxicology and Medical Jurisprudence)

4. Charak- Samhita -Purvardh

iii) A student failed in not more than 2 subjects shall be held eligible to keep the terms for the third Professional examination ; however he/she will not be allowed to appear for third professional examination unless he/she passes in all the subjects of the Second Professional. 

THIRD PROFESSIONAL EXAMNATION

i) The third professional session shall start every year in the month of July following completion of second professional Examination.

The third professional examination shall be ordinarily held and completed by the end of month of May/June every year after completion of one year of third professional session.

ii) The third professional examination shall be held in the following subjects:-

1. Roga Nidan Vikriti Vigyan (Pathology & Microbiology)

2. Charak-Samhita-Uttarardh

3. Swasta Vritta & yoga (Preventive and Social Medicine & Yoga)

4. Prasuti & Striroga (Gynaecology & Obstetrics )

5. Bal Roga (Paediatrics)

iii) A student failed in not more than 2 subjects shall be held eligible to keep the terms for the final Professional examination ; however he/she will not be allowed to appear for final professional examination unless he/she passes in all the subjects of the Third Professional examination. 

 FINAL PROFESSIONAL EXAMINATION

i) The final professional session will be of 1 and ½ year duration and shall start every year to the month of July following completion of third professional Examination. The final professional examination shall be ordinarily held and completed by the end of month of Oct/Nov every year after completion of one and half year of final professional session.

ii) The final professional examination shall comprise of the following subjects:-

1. Shalya Tantra (General Surgery)

2. Shalakya Tantra (Diseases of Head & Neck including Opthalmology,ENT and Dentistry)

3. KayaChikitsa (Internal Medicine –including Manas Roga, Rasayan & Vajikarana).

4. Panchakarma

5. Research Methodology and Medical – statistics. 

INTERNAL ASSESSMENT MARKS

Three internal examinations shall be conducted in each subject during a year and average marks of two best performances shall be taken into consideration for the award of internal marks. Marks of Evaluation by other methods like assignments, seminars, projects etc. can be added to the internal marks. A candidate must obtain 35% of marks in internal assessment to be eligible to write the university examination. The class average of internal assessment marks should not cross 75%.

 

College Examinations

          a) Three term examinations and one model examination will be conducted for each batch.

b) No student is permitted to absent himself/herself from any of the examination either Term or Annual without the permission of the Principal.

          c) Malpractice at the examination is looked upon as a serious offence and the minimum punishment is detention for one year.

          d) Class tests will be held from time to time by the concerned departments. Serious notice will be taken of absence from such examination on without leave.

·         A class schedule card shall be maintained for each student for the different examination. The Principal shall arrange to obtain the signature of the students and teachers at the end of each course of lectures and practical instructions and send the cards to each Head of the Department for final completion before the commencement of each examination. Those who have not acquired a minimum of 35% of aggregate marks in internal assessment will not be eligible to appear the University Examination.

·         The card shall contain a statement that the student has attended not less than 80% of theory lectures and practical classes and not less than 80% of clinical instructions of which the course consists. This card shall be submitted to the examiners as required. 

CRITERIA FOR PASS

A candidate shall be declared as pass if he secures 50% of marks in each subject in theory and practical examinations separately. In the practical section (Including viva voce) a candidate shall secure 50% marks.

 

SCHEME OF EXAMINATION

B.A.M.S Degree Course – KUHS – 2010 – 2015 and 2011- 2016 batches

Ø  SECOND PROFESSIONAL EXAMINATION:

·         The Second Professional Course shall start in April following the First Professional examination and the examination shall be completed ordinarily in September of year after completion of three years.

·         The first part of the second Professional examination shall be held in the following subjects on completion of 12 months

ü  Charaka Samhita (Purvardha)

ü  Swastha Vritta

ü  Agada Tantra, Vyavhar Ayurved avam Vidhi Vaidyak

  • The second part of the second professional examination shall be held on completion of 18 months in the following  subjects –

ü  Rasa Shastra avam Bhaishajya Kalpana

ü  Dravyaguna Vigyan

ü  Roga Vigyan avam Vikriti Vigyanam 

·         A candidate must pass at least one subject for being eligible to appear in supplementary examination.

·         The Supplementary examination to Second Professional shall be held ordinarily in September and those who remain failed in one or more subjects in supplementary examination shall be eligible to appear in the subsequent Second Professional examination which may be held every six month.

·         Such candidates who pass First Professional examination in supplementary and register for the Second Professional afterwards shall not be allowed summer vacation and will have to undergo instructions during this period. 

Ø  THIRD PROFESSIONAL EXAMINATION

·         The final Professional examination shall be held after three academic years after the first Professional examination and shall comprise of the following subjects:-

ü  Prasuti Tantra Striroga

ü  Kaumar Bhritya

ü  Kaya Chikitsa

ü  Shalaya Tantra

ü  Shalakya Tantra

ü  Charak Samhita

ü  Panchkarma

·         If a candidate remain failed in one or more subjects in Final Professional Examinations he/she shall be eligible to appear in those subjects in subsequent Third Professional examination which may be held every sixth month. 

·         A candidate obtained 75% marks in the subject shall be awarded distinction in the subject.

·          A candidate obtaining an aggregate of 75% in the following subjects shall be declared passed in final examination with honours:-

1. Padarthavigyan

2. Rachana Sharir/Kriya Sharir

3. Dravyaguna Vigyan/Rasashastra

4. Kayachikitsa/Rog Vigyan

5. Shalaya Tantra/Shalakya Tantra/Prasuti Tantra

·         Only those candidates shall be considered for honours or distinction who have passed the degree examination in the first attempt each part. As regards for distinction in subjects, only those will be qualified for distinction who passed the respective professional examination in the first attempt.

·         The minimum pass marks shall be 50% in theory and practical separately in each subject.

 

SCHEME OF EXAMINATION

 B.A.M.S Degree Course (University of Calicut) 

No candidate shall be admitted to the Final Professional B.A.M.S Degree Examination unless he has previously passed the First and Second Professional B.A.M.S Degree Examinations of the University. A candidate shall be declared to have passed the B.A.M.S Degree Examination, if he obtains in each subject at the University Examination a minimum of 50% in the written papers and a minimum of 50% in the marks for Practical and Oral examination taken together

Candidates who have passed the Third Professional B.A.M.S Degree Examinations shall undergo rotatory internship training of one year in the College hospital or any recognised hospital. During the internship period, training shall be given to the candidates in various sections of the hospital. B.A.M.S Degree shall be awarded only after the successful completion of internship training.

Candidates, who pass all the examination on the first occasion of appearing, therefore shall be placed in two classes: - (a) First Class consisting of those who have obtained not less than 60% of the aggregate marks (b) Second class consisting of all the others. Candidates who pass the whole examination at a subsequent appearance shall be placed in the Second class. Candidates who complete the course by supplementary appearance shall be placed in the Second class, separately.

Candidates shall be allowed to cancel the examination once. They have to apply to the Controller of Examinations through the Principal within ten days from the last date of the written examination. One chance will be given for each examination.

Candidates who fail in the examination but obtain the prescribed pass marks in any paper shall be exempted from re-examination in that paper. 

COMPULSORY INTERNSHIP – KUHS – from 2012

Nine (09) months of such clinical training and three (03) months of Pharmacy/PHS/Rural Dispensaries or Hospital, shall be carried out.

Programme and time distribution will be as follows:-

·         In the beginning first three days of orientation Workshop to orient the internees to get acquainted with the details and rules of Internship training programme.

·         Distribution of Intern work-book interns.

·         Provisional Registration with concerned Board/Council before starting the internship.

·         Daily working hours not less than eight hours.

·         Nine months for clinical training, three months in a Pharmacy and three months in PHS/Rural Dispensary/Hospital/PHS as detailed below.

A. Posting in college concerned teaching hospital or any other approved Ayurved hospital for nine months as follows:-

ü  Kayachikitsa            2 months

ü  Shalya                              2 months

ü  Shalakya                 1 month

ü  Prasuti & Striroga    2 months

ü  Kaumbarbhritya       1 month

ü  Panchkarma            1 month

 

B. Three months training should be mainly in respect of National Health Programme in one or more following institutions:-

ü  Primary Health Centre

ü  Community Health Centre/District Hospital

ü  Any recognized Hospital of Modern Medicine by Director/Health Services/University concerned for  dentification of casualty and trauma cases.

ü  Any recognized Ayurved hospital or Dispensary by Director of Ayurveda/University concerned.

ü  In cases where posting in a hospital of modern medicine is not feasible and also in PHC them entire three months posting may be Ayurvedic Dispensary/hospital.

Ø  Detail Guideline for training programme.

1. Kayachikitsa  - 2 months

·         All routine work such as case taking, investigations, diagnosis and management of common diseases by Ayurvedic Medicine.

·         Routine clinical pathological work i.e. Hemoglobin estimation, haemogram, urine analysis, microscopic examination of blood parasites, sputum examination, stool examination, mutra evam mala pariksha by Ayurvedic method. etc. Interpretation of laboratory data and clinical findings and arriving at a diagnosis. Training in routine ward procedures.

·         Supervision of patients in respect of their diet and habits and verify medicine schedule.

2. Panchkarma – 1 month

·         Panchkarma Procedures and techniques regarding poorva karma, pradhan karma and paschat Karma.

3. Shalya 2 months

Intern should be trained to acquaint with

·         Diagnosis and management of common Surgical disorders according to Ayurvedic Principles.

·         Management of certain Surgical emergencies such as Fractures and Dislocations, AcuteAbdomen etc.

·         Practical implementation of aseptic and antiseptics techniques, sterilization etc.

·         Intern should be involved in pre-operative and post-operative managements.

·         Practical use of anesthetic techniques and use of anesthetic drugs.

·         Radiological procedures, clinical interpretation of X-ray, IVP, Barium meal, sonographyetc. Surgical procedures and routine ward techniques such as:-

o   Suturing of fresh cut

o   Dressing of wounds, burns, ulcers etc.

o   Incision of abscesses.

o   Excision of cysts.

o   Venesection etc.

o   Application of Ksharsutra in fistula-in-ano

4. Shalakya 1 month

Intern should be trained to acquaint with

·         Diagnosis and management of common surgical disorders according to Ayurvedic Principles.

·         Intern should be involved in Pre-operative and Post-operative managements.

·         Surgical procedures in Ear, Nose, Throat, Dental problems, ophthalmic problems.

·         OPD examinations of Eye, Ear, Nose, Throat Disorders, Refractive Error examination, ophthalmic equipments for diagnosis, ophthalmic diseases, various tests for deafness etc.

·         Procedures like Anjana Karma, Nasya, Raktamokshan, ‘Karnapuran, Shirodhara, Put pak, Kawal, Gandush etc. at OPD level.

5. Prasuti & Striroga 2 months

Intern should be trained to acquaint with

·         Antenatal and post-natal problems and their remedies, Antenatal and Post-natal care.

·         Management of normal and abnormal labours.

·         Minor and major obstetric surgical procedures etc. 

6. Kaumarbhritya 1 month

Intern should be trained to acquaint with

·         Antenatal and Post-natal problems and their remedies, antenatal and Post-natal care also

·         by Ayurvedic Principles and medicine.

·         Antenatal and Post-natal emergencies.

·         Care of new born child alongwith immunization programme.

·         Important pediatric problems and their Ayurvedic managements.

7.PHC/Community Health Centre/District Hospital

Intern should get acquainted within.

·         Routine of the PHC and maintenance of their record.

·         They should be acquainted with the routine working of the medical/non-medical staff of PHC and be always in contact with the staff in this period.

·         They should be familiar with work of maintaining the register e.g. daily patient register, family planning register, surgical register and take active part in difference Government health schemes/programme.

·         They should participate actively in different National Health Programmes of Government of the State/District.

8. Casualty Section of any recognized hospital of modern medicine.

·         Identification of casualty and trauma cases and their first aid treatment. Also procedure for referring such cases to the identified hospitals.

9. Rural Ayurvedic dispensary/Hospital

·         Diseases more prevalent in rural and remote areas and their management. Teaching of health care methods to rural population and also various immunization programmes.

Assessment

After completing the assignment in various sections, they have to obtain a certificate from the head of the Section in respect of their devoted work in the section concerned and finally submitted to Principal/Head of the institute so that completion of successful internship can be granted.

 

COMPULSORY INTERNSHIP – KUHS – from 2013

Duration of Internship: 1 year

The student will join the compulsory internship programme after passing the final professional examination. The internship programme will start after the declaration of the result of final professional examination. The period of the internship will be of one year. Internship Programme and time distribution will be as follows:-

1. The interns will receive an orientation regarding programme details of internship programme along with the rules and regulations, in an orientation workshop, which will be organized during the first three days of the beginning of internship programme. A workbook will be given to each intern. The Intern will enter date wise details of activities undertaken by him/her during his/her training.

2. Every intern will provisionally register himself with the concerned State

Board/Council and obtain a certificate to this effect before joining the Internship programme.

3. Daily working hours of intern will be not less than eight hours.

4. Normally one year Internship programme will be divided into clinical training of 6 months in Ayurvedic Hospital attached to the college and 6 months in PHC/CHC/Rural Hospital/District Hospital/Civil Hospital or any Govt. Hospital of modern medicine .But where there is no provision /permission of the State Government for allowing the graduate of Ayurveda in the hospital/Dispensary of Modern Medicine ,the one year internship will be completed in the hospital of Ayurved college.

A. Clinical Training of six/twelve months as case may be in the Ayurvedic hospital attached to the college will be conducted as follows:-

Departments  -

1. Kayachikitsa -2 months/ 4 months

2. Shalya  - 1 month/ 2 months

3. Shalakya - 1 month /2 months

4. Prasuti &Striroga-1 month /2 months

5. Kaumarbhritya  - 15 days/ 1 month

6. Panchakarma - 15 days /1 month

B. Six months training of interns will be carried out with an object to orient and acquaint the intern with National health programme. The intern will have to join in one of the following institute for undertaking such training.

(a) Primary Health Centre

(b) Community Health Centre/District Hospital

(c) Any hospital of modern medicine

(d) Any Ayurved hospital or Dispensary

All the above centres (a, b, c, and d) will have to be recognized by the concerned University and concerned Govt. designated authority for taking such a training.

Detail Guideline for training programme.

A.Guidelines for conducting the internship clinical training of 6/12 months in the Ayurvedic Hospital attached to the college.

The intern will undertake following activities in respective departments as shown below:-

 

1. Kayachikitsa Duration : 2 months/4 months

i. All routine work such as case taking,investigations,diagnosis and management of common diseases by Ayurvedic Medicine

ii. Routine clinical pathological work i.e. Haemoglobin estimation, complete haemogram, urine analysis, microscopic examination of blood parasites, sputum examination, stool examination etc. Mutra evum Mala pariksha by Ayurvedic method. Interpretation of laboratory data and clinical findings and arriving at a diagnosis.

iii. Training in routine wad procedures and supervision of patients in respect of their diet, habits and verification of medicine schedule.

2. Panchakarma-Duration:15 days /1 month

i) Panchakarma procedures and techniques regarding poorva karma, pradhan karma and paschat Karma.

3. Shalya –Duration: 1 month/2 months

Intern should be trained to acquaint with

i) Diagnosis and management of common surgical disorders according to Ayurvedic principles.

ii) Management of certain surgical emergencies such as fractures and dislocations, Acute Abdomen etc.

iii) Practical training of aseptic and antiseptic techniques, sterilization etc.

iv) Intern should be involved in pre-operative and post –operative managements.

v) Practical use of anaesthetic techniques and use of anaesthetic drugs

vi) Radiological procedures, clinical interpretation of X-ray, IVP, Barium meal, sonography etc.

vii) Surgical procedures and routine ward techniques such as:-

i. Suturing of fresh injuries

ii. Dressing of wounds, burns, ulcers etc.

iii. Incision of abscesses

iv. Excision of cysts.

v. Venesection etc.

vi. Application of Ksharasutra in and rectal diseases.

4. Shalakya-Duration:1 Month/2months

Intern should be trained to acquaint with

a) Diagnosis and management of common surgical disorders according to Ayurvedic principles.

b) Intern should be involved in pre-operative and Post-operative managements.

c) Surgical procedures in Ear,Nose,Throat,Dental problems,Opthalmic problems

d) Examinations of Eye,Ear,Nose,Throat and refractive error etc,with the supportive instruments OPD

e) Procedures like Anjana Karma, Nasya, Raktamokshan,’Karnapuran’, Shirodhara, putpak, Kawal, Gandush etc.at OPD level.

5. Prasuti & Striroga-Duration:1 month/2months

Intern should be trained to acquaint with

a) Antenatal and post-natal problems and their remedies, antenatal and post-natal care.

b) Management of normal and abnormal labours.

c) Minor and major obstetric surgical procedures etc.

6. Balroga-Duration: 15days/1 month

Intern should be trained to acquaint with

a) Antenatal and Post-natal problems and their remedies, antenatal and Post-natal carebalso by Ayurvedic Principles and medicine.

b) Antenatal and post-natal emergencies.

c) Care of new born child along with immunization programme.

d) Important paediatric problems and their Ayurvedic managements.

B. PHC/Rural Hospital/District Hospital /Civil Hospital or any Govt.Hospital of modern medicine.

Guidelines for conducting six months internship training in primary Health Centre, Community Health Centre/District Hospital; Any Hospital of modern medicine any Ayurved hospital or Dispensary

Intern should get acquainted with

i. Routine of the PHC and maintenance of their records.

ii. They should be acquainted with the routine working of the medical/non-medical staff of PHC and be always in contact with the staff in this period.

iii. They should be familiar with work of maintaining the register e.g. daily patient register, family planning register, surgical register and take active participation in different government health schemes/programme.

iv. They should participate actively in different National Health Programmes of Government of the State/District

C. Casualty Section of any recognized hospital of modern medicine.

Identification of casualty and trauma cases and their first aid treatement.Also procedure for referring such cases to the identified hospitals.

D. Rural Ayurvedic dispensary/Hospital

Diseases more prevalent in rural and remote areas and their management.

Teaching of health care methods to rural population and also various immunization programmes. 

ASSESSMENT

After completing the assignment in various sections, they have to obtain a certificate from the head of the Section in respect of their devoted work in the section concerned and finally submitted to Principal /Head of the Institute so that completion of successful internship can be granted. 

NUMBER OF PAPERS, MARKS AND TEACHING HOURS FOR THEORY/PRACTICAL:

KUHS – (2010 – 15, 2011 – 16) 

Second professional

 

Subject

No. of papers

Marks  theory

Marks  practial

Hours theory

Hours practical

SwasthaVritta

2

200

100

180

50

DravyagunaVigyan

2

200

200

180

90

Rasasastra BhaisajyaKalpana

2

200

100

180

90

Agadatantra, Vyaharayurveda, Vidhi Vaidyak

1

100

100

100

50

Rog vigyan & Vikriti Vigyan

2

200

100

180

90

CharakSamhita

1

100

50

100

-

 Third professional

Subject

No. of papers

Marks  theory

Marks  practial

Hours theory

Hours practical

Prasutitantra evam Striroga

2

200

100

150

3 months

Kaumarbhrittya

1

100

100

90

1 month

Kayachikitsa

3

300

150

300

9 months

Shalyatantra

2

200

100

210

6 months

Shalakyatantra

2

200

100

210

4 months

Charak Samhita

1

100

50

100

-

Panchkarma

1

100

50

100

3 months

 

NOTE: The period of theory and practical shall not be less than 60 minutes (one hour) duration. The duration of the practical of clinical subjects and Rachana Sharir (Dissection) shall be of at least 120 minutes (two hours).

 

The clinical training in the hospital attached with college to the students shall be as below:-

·         Kayachikitsa (Indoor & Outdoor): 9 Months

o   General 6 months

o   X-ray 1 month

o   Atyayik 2 months

·          Panchakarma (Indoor &Outdoor): 3 Months

·         Shalya Tantra (Indoor & Outdoor): 6 Months

o   General 5 months (atleast one month in OT)

o   Atyayik 1 month

·         Shalakya Tantra (Indoor & Outdoor): 4 Months

o   General 3 months (atleast one month in OT)

o   Atyayik 1 month

·          Prasuti Tantra Avam Striroga (Indoor & Outdoor): 3 Months

·         Kaumar Bhritya (Indoor & Outdoor): 1 Month 

NUMBER OF PAPERS, MARKS AND TEACHING HOURS FOR THEORY/PRACTICAL

 KUHS – 2012 – 17 BATCH onwards 

First professional

 

Subject

Papers

Marks theory

Marks  practical

Hours theory

Hours  practical

Padarth Vigyan  evam Ayurved  ka Itihas

 

2

 

200

 

-

 

100

 

--

Sanskrit

1

100

-

200

-

Kriya Sharir

2

200

100

200

200

Rachna Sharir

2

200

100

300

200

Maulik Siddhant Asthanga Hridaya Sutra Sthana

 

1

 

100

 

-

 

150

-

 

Second professional

 

Subject

Papers

Marks theory

Marks  practical

Hours theory

Hours  practical

Dravyaguna Vigyan

2

200

200

200

200

Agadatantra,Vyavhar Ayurved evam

Vidhi Vaidyak

 

1

100

50

200

100

Rasashastra evam

Bhaishjya Kalpana

 

2

200

200

200

200

Charak Samhita

(Purvardh)    

1

100

-

200

-

 

Third professional

 

Subject

Papers

Marks theory

Marks  practical

Hours theory

Hours  practical

Roga Vigyan Evam Vikriti

Vigyan

2 – pathology, ayurveda

200

100

200

100

Swastha Vritta  & Yoga

2

200

100

200

100

Prasuti Tantra & Striroga

2

200

100

200

100

Balroga

1

100

50

100

200

Charak Samhita (Uttarardh)

1

100

-

200

-

 Final Professional

Subject

Papers

Marks theory

Marks  practical

Hours theory

Hours  practical

Kayachikitsa

2

200

100

300

200

Panchkarma

1

100

50

100

200

Shalya Tantra

2

200

100

200

150

Shalakya Tantra

2

200

100

200

150

Research Methodology  &

Medical  Statistics

1

50

-

50

-

 

 

NOTE: The period of theory and practical shall not be less than 60 minutes (1 hour). The duration of the practical of clinical; subjects and Rachana Sharir (Dissection) shall be of at least 120 minutes (2 hours) 

RULES AND REGULATIONS

Etiquette

·         The students of the College are expected to conduct themselves in accordance with the best standards of manners and behavior.

·         Be clean and decorous in dress, language and behavior.

·         Every student shall be properly dressed. It is desirable to have pants and shirts for boys and churidars for girls. Overcoats are compulsory.

·         No student shall enter or leave the class in session without the permission of the teacher.

·         Students are not allowed to loiter along the veranda or corridors of the College, talking or laughing aloud during class hours. Students who have no class during any particular hour shall remain silent in the class room or in the library.

·         Students are not allowed to disfigure the building and compound walls, desks or benches with writings, engraving or by sticking bills and posters; and so not tamper with or damage fittings, articles of furniture or library books.

·         Do not participate in (a) any agitation directed against constituted authority, (b) any meeting to excite disloyalty or dissatisfaction towards Government, (c) any movement likely to promote communal ill-feeling.

·         Students are not allowed to organize or conduct meeting in the College or collect money for any purpose without the written permission of the Principal.

·         Do not join, or work for any organization outside the College without the written permission of the Principal.

·         Smoking and chewing of tobacco are strictly prohibited within the College premises.

·         Make representation on College affairs to higher authorities only through the Principal.

·         Except the meetings of the various bodies of the College Union, do not address any gathering within the College premises without the permission of the Principal.

·         Students should take note of the departmental and other notifications put on the notice board every day before they leave the College. Failure to look at the notice board will not be an excuse for any act of omission or commission on their part.

·         All students of the College should carry their identity cards with them.

·         Irregular attendance, insubordination to teachers, habitual absence during class work, obscenity in word or act are sufficient reasons to be punished or for being suspended or expelled from the College.

·         When you have any doubts on any matter of College discipline, consult the Principal before making final decision.

LIBRARY RULES

The College Library will be under the general supervision of a Library committee which is under the ultimate control of the Principal. The Librarian will be the custodian of all documents in the library. Library Automation implemented by using  e-Granthalaya Software.

Library Timings :

Working Hours : 9.00 AM-6.00 PM on all working days.
Circulation (Issue& Return) : 9.15 AM -5.45 PM.
The library will remain closed on all public holidays.
The timings and days of operation shall undergo changes.

General :

The library membership is primarily meant for bona fide Students (UG, PG, paramedical and CCY), House Surgeons, Faculties and Non Teaching Staff of the Institution (KASRS office, College office and Hospital).

·         The library provides free Internet facility for students. Users are generally limited to half an hour for using Internet.

·         The Temporary Staff can borrow books considering all the rules and regulations existing in the library. The concerned HOD's are responsible for all the dues relating to them.

·         The Dept. Libraries are under the control of the Central Library. Transfer of books among departments is not allowed. It can be done only with the permission of the Principal through the Central Library.

·         Overcoats, Bags, Files, Folders, Laptops, Covers, Printed Materials, Photocopied and Non -book Materials and similar personal belongings shall normally be deposited in the property counter.

·         One note book / loose sheets of papers are only allowed to be used inside the library.

·         Silence must be observed strictly in the Library. The library must be a quite place for individual study and research.

·         The use of mobile phones inside the library is prohibited.

·         Users are requested to leave the books/documents on the reading table after consultation.

·         An announcement will be made ten minutes before closing time and all users must vacate the library.

Ø  Circulation :

The circulation (Issue & Return) system of books is completely automated and the users have to produce their College ID cards ,with bar code (library membership number) on the reverse side for borrowing the books.

·         Books and Periodicals classified as ' REFERENCE ' shall not be issued.

·         Borrowing privileges for each member is determined by his/her membership category.

·         Members are not allowed to exchange books from one to another.

·         Library materials borrowed must be returned or renewed on or before the due date. In order to get renewal on library books, members must bring the items to be renewed to the library.
Absence from the college will not be accepted as an excuse for delay in return or renewal of the books.

·         Overdue library materials are subject to fines. While charging the fine vacations will be counted.
All borrowers must settle any overdue loans before they are permitted to borrow again. This policy is applicable to all categories of borrowers.

·         The Librarian may recall any at any time even if the period of loan has not expired.

·         Lost/damaged materials should be reported to the Librarian on time.

·         Librarian is empowered to withhold library facilities for any infringement of these rules.

Ø  Non Liability Certificate:

The Non Liability Certificate which is essential for getting TC and other Certificates shall be issued from the library only after clearing the dues and liabilities in connection with library activities.

 

HOSTEL RULES

Hostel management:-

The following officers constitute the hostel management.

o   The Principal -         Chief Warden

o   Any Teaching staff -  Deputy warden

o   Resident warden-     For ladies Hostel

o   Matron          -                  For Ladies Hostel

The students can approach any of the foresaid officers for help, guidance and grievance redressal.

 

Conditions for allotment of accommodation:-

a.    At the time of admission to hostel, each student is required to submit a duly filled application form. The   parent/guardian of the student should apply in person at the time of admission for the first time.

b.    If the status of any student changes during the period of stay in the hostel, he/she is required to inform the deputy warden and should vacate the hostel if the hostel management finds that he/she is not eligible for hostel accommodation.

c.    Those students who are getting transfer from other colleges, after a profession, will, have to stay as ‘admitted guest’ till a vacancy arises. Apart from them, other day scholars can also stay in the hostel as admitted guest at the time of Examination if needed.

Code of conduct

·         All residents are requested to maintain standards of behavior expected of students of a prestigious institution.

·         All room, common area and surroundings should be kept clean and hygienic.

·          Residents are expected to be in the hostel before 9PM (for gents hostel) and before 6.30 PM (for ladies hostel). For House surgeons and PG students, the time will be 7PM. Any resident who wishes to go home during the weekend, holidays or other days, has to take prior permission from the residents warden. Parents of girl students should intimate the resident warden as soon as the girl reaches home.

·         Smoking and consumption of alcoholic drinks, narcotics etc are strictly prohibited in the hostel and premises.

·         The residents of a room will be responsible for any damage to the property in the room during their stay. They shall bring to the notice of the Matron/Deputy Warden all routine work to be carried out in their rooms.

·         Ragging of students admitted to the Institution/Hostel is totally banned. Any violation of this will be dealt with very severely.

·         Residents are responsible for the safe custody of all personal belongings. They are advised to keep under lock all valuable items.

·         All  the students who complete 41/2 years of BAMS study will have to be vacated from the hostel within one week.

·         In emergency, If there is a need to take the resident, they have to take prior permission from the Deputy Warden, parents or guardian should accompany the resident.

 

Hostel charges

For UG students – Rs. 125/month. (Est-Rs.10, Rent-Rs.30, Electricity-Rs.85)

For PG students – Rs. 145/month. (Est-Rs.10, Rent-Rs.50, Electricity-Rs.85)

Visitors:-

All visitors to the hostel including parents/guardian will have to make necessary entries in the visitor’s book with the resident warden.

Use of Appliances

1.    The use of electrical appliances such as heaters, electrical stoves/heaters/electric iron are forbidden in any of the room allotted.

2.     The use of audio system which may cause inconvenience to other occupants are not allowed.

Guest

1.    Permission of the Deputy Warden shall be obtained for introducing guest for boarding. The deputy warden will maintain a register of guests with all particulars.

2.    Guest room will be strictly reserved for teaching staff, other faculties coming for academic purpose and will be under the custody of Principal.

3.    Sick bed in the sick room will be strictly reserved for sick person.

4.    The students other than inmates, staying in the hostel more than 15 days for purpose like studying, dance practice etc. will have to pay the same amount as mess fee as of the inmates.

5.    Water, Electricity should be carefully utilized.

6.    All the inmates should sign the attendance before 9PM on all days.

7.    The inmates going outside should write in the ‘Movement Register’ and also record the time after coming back.

 

CAMPUS FACILITIES

 

·         ANATOMY LAB: The lab has excellent facilities like Charts, Models, Museum, Histology slides, Diagrams and Dissection facilities for students.

·         PHYSIOLOGY LAB: The lab has excellent facilities for conducting physiology practical as per CCIM syllabus.

·         PHARMACOGNOSY LAB (DRAVYAGUNA VIJNANA): The facilities provided include Preserved plant specimens, Charts, Herbarium, Museum, Histological studies.

·         RASASASTRA LAB: The facilities provided include several specimens of Metals, Minerals and Poisonous drugs, Furnaces, Vessels and Utensils for medicine manufacturing.

·         CLASS ROOMS: The College has sufficient well equipped class rooms for both Undergraduate and Postgraduate students. ‘Smart class rooms’ with audio-visual aids are also equipped in the campus.

·         HOSPITAL:  The College has a 150 bedded Hospital which is well equipped with the essential Undergraduate and Post graduate training facilities.The Hospital is aided with the Central, State Government and Aryavaidyasala Funds .The regular and special OutPatient Units of this Hospital are handled by teaching faculties expertised in individual specialities. Medicines free of cost are supplied during O.P Hours (8 a.m -11 am.). A casualty Unit is functioning here from 11am-8 pm.  Postgraduate researches studies are also conducted in this Hospital .Inpatient Units include General Wards, Pay Wards and Deluxe Pay wards for Female and Male patients. Staff and Students Ward is another hallmark. Our Medical Officers, House Surgeons , Post Graduate students and Para Medical Staff are actively engaged in Hospital activities under the supervision of the Hospital Superintendent Our Hospital has a Pathology Lab,  X-ray Unit, Physiotherapy  Unit , Minor O.T ,Pharmacy and Hospital Canteen. Every year around 1lakh patients visit our O.P.D and about 1700 Inpatients get admitted and treated here. Construction of a 500 bedded Hospital which gives priority to academic utility is now under consideration

·         LIBRARY: The library functions in a new two storied building with about 20,000 books on various subjects including Ayurveda and Modern Medicine, several news papers, weeklies, Magazines, Journals and Seminar books. The library is provided with Photocopying & internet facility. Library is completely automated by using e-granthalaya software designed and developed by National Informatics Centre.

·         YOGA HALL: The Yoga hall has facilities for practising yoga in a calm atmosphere. Several charts depicting Yogic postures, Models, facilities for yoga training to students as per CCIM syllabus and conducting various yoga camps.

·         HERBAL GARDEN: College has a vast and well maintained herbal garden. About 500 species of plants are growing here.

·         HOSTELS (MEN & WOMEN): Both hostels are situated within the campus and are equipped with facilities for lodging all Undergraduate and Postgraduate students and House surgeons. They are well maintained by the Warden (Principal), Deputy Warden (a Teaching staff) and Matron.

·         AUDITORIUM: The College has an auditorium with a seating capacity of 500. Several national seminars and cultural events are conducted yearly.

·         PLAY GROUND: There is a vast play ground with in the campus where in the students is trained under the Physical education department. Here annual sports day and intercollegiate cricket tournament are conducted.

·         REFRESHMENTS: The campus has two refreshment outlets; a canteen and a Milma booth. It is benefited by students, staff and patients.

·         INTERNET: - Unlimited Internet cum VPN facility Provides to all departments.

 

ORGANIZATIONS

 

Ø  College Council

It consists of H.O.Ds of all the departments and two elected members of teaching staff. It functions as an advisory committee in academic and administrative matters.

Ø  Academic improvement committee

To solve the academic problems of students and to improve their academic excellence. Consists of Principal, Vice-Principal, Senior Professor, College Council secretary, Staff Advisor.

Ø    Library Committee

Comprises of Principal, senior Professor, teaching staffs of various departments, librarian, College Union Chairman and General Secretary.

Ø    Van Committee

Members of van committee include Principal, selected members of teaching staff, van driver and college union chairman.

Ø    Medical Exhibition Committee

To organize Medical exhibitions inside and outside the College. Members include Professors & HODs of Samhita & Siddhanta, Rachana Sareera, Dravya Guna Vijnana, Swasthavritta and Kayachikitsa

Ø    COLLEGE UNION

The office bearers of the College union are selected according to the election norms of University of Calicut. There is an active College union in the college which functions through various Sub-committees. The College union is governed by Chairman, Vice-chairman, General secretary, Joint secretary, University Union Chairman (UUC), Chief student editor, Fine arts secretary, General captain, Class representatives, Staff advisor and Staff editor.

The various Sub-committees are:-

·         Science forum

·         Reader’s forum

·         Drisya film society

·         Fine arts club

·         Sports committee

·         Academic sub-committee

·         Publication division

·         Exhibition committee

Ø     P.K.Rajan memorial drug bank and Research unit

It is an independent unit run by the students and House surgeons of this college and established in 1990.

The main aims & objectives are:-

·         Extending medical services to the poor and needy patients.

·         Preparing formulations not available in the market under expert guidance of teachers.

·         Collecting sample medicines from leading Ayurvedic drug manufacturers and dispensing it to the needy patients.

·         Conducting discussions and classes regarding the application of new scientific trends in clinical level.

Ø     House Surgeons Association(HSA)

 The active association in this college undertakes various academic activities like conducting seminars, Surveys, Medical camps, Clinical case discussions, providing medicines to the poor patients etc. The office bearers include President, Vice-president, Secretary, Joint secretary, Treasurer and Drug bank secretary.

Ø     Post Graduate Students Association(PGSA)

The active association consists of the post graduate students of Manasaroga, Agadatantra, Panchakarma, Swasthavritta and Dravyagunavijnan specialty. The office bearers include President, Secretary, Treasurer and Executive members.

Ø     CRIYA (Clinical Research Institute for Yoga and Ayurveda

CRIYA started functioning on 30th November 1998 under the department of Swasthavritha. CRIYA deals mainly with the clinical aspects and applications of Yoga. It is governed by a committee consisting of Chairman (Principal), Director (Professor, Department of Swasthavritha), Project officer (Reader, Department of Swasthavritha) and Members (Superintendent and R.M.O, College hospital). Under the supervision of CRIYA various surveys and Yoga camps are conducted.

Ø    Parent Teachers Association(PTA)

The PTA in this college is an active group of members which undertakes the problems of the college and the students. The 15 member executive committee consists of a President, Vice-president, Treasurer and Members. The President, Vice-president and Members are elected from parents and teachers. The deputy wardens of Men’s and Women’s hostel are the ex-officio members of this committee.

Ø     National Service Scheme(NSS)

NSS is a student organization functioning under the respective Universities of each college, which brings about the energy of the youths for National upliftment. The College has two NSS units under the University of Calicut. The activities are monitored by two Programme officers.

Ø     Alumni association

There is an Alumni association which conducts meetings annually.

Ø     The Kottakkal Ayurveda College Employees Co-operative Society No.M 479

About 150 staff are members of this society. The Society works for the welfare of the staff. An Ayurvedic medical shop is running under the Co-operative Society in the College Hospital where medicines are sold to the public without taking profit.

Ø  Anti sexual harassment committee

It consists of a senior lady professor, 1 outside member, 1 teaching staff, 1 non teaching staff, hospital superintend, college union chairperson (lady) 

Ø  Anti-ragging committee

As per civil appeal no. 887/2009 Supreme Court of India constituted anti-ragging committee and anti-ragging squad. It conducts anti ragging awareness classes by Tirur Taluk legal service committee and NSS unit of the college. The committee consists of Principal, HODs of all departments,  non-teaching staff, deputy warden of both hostels, village officer (Kottakkal), executive members of college union and PTA president.            

Ø  Ethical Committee and Research Committee

Constituted for the ethical clearance and technical scrutiny of PG studies

 

MEMORANDUM OF UNDERSTANDING

 

·         Between Arya Vaidya Sala, Kottakkal and   Vaidyaratnam P.S. Varier Ayurveda College, Kottakkal

 

          The Vaidyaratnam P.S. Varier Arya Vaidya Sala, Kottakkal which is Parent Institution of the College is already rendering all facilities for Research activities undertaken in the College.  Facilities to the Vaidyaratnam P.S. Varier Ayurveda College to enable the P.G. and Ph.D. students of the College to conduct Research in selected and specified area.

          It is agreed that Research work can be undertaken by making use of the Vaidyaratnm P.S. Varier Arya Vaidya Sala, Kottakkal in the following area.

1)    Literary Research.

2)    Clinical Research.

3)    Drug Research.

4)    Plant Research.

5)    Analytic Research.

6)    Pharmaceutical Research.

A Research Monitoring Committee consisting of 4 person nominated by the Vaidyaratnam P.S. Varier Arya Vaidya Sala, Kottakkal and the Kerala Ayurvedic Studies & Research Society, Kottakkal with equal representation.

·        A Memorandum of Understanding between Kerala Veterinary and Animal Science University and Vaidyaratnam P.S  Varier Ayurveda College     

       It is high time to inculcate and impart the ancestral knowledge of Ayurvda and Modern Veterinary Science. A Memorandum of Understanding has been signed between Kerala Veterinary and Animal Science University and Vaidyaratnam P.S  Varier Ayurveda College.

·        A Memorandum of Understanding between Malabar cancer centre, Thalassery and Vaidyaratnam P.S  Varier Ayurveda College      

A Memorandum of Understanding has been signed between Malabar cancer centre, Thalassey and Vaidyaratnam P.S  Varier Ayurveda College to explore the possibilities of treatment in cancer.

 

e-Governance & m-Governance

 

Ø  e-college -

·         Single point access of all campus related information from anywhere in the campus

·         Integration of ID cards & bar coding technology

·         Better informed decision making for management.

·         Total Cost-Control (income and expenditure )

·         All departments are linked through the central database

·         Inter-departmental paper based transactions become a thing of the past.   

   

Ø  Key Benefits to Students

 

Students get a new platform

·         To gain and to express the knowledge base inside them.

·         Publish articles to share experience, knowledge and views. 

·         Get connected with alumni to gain from their vast and varied experiences.

·         Access library transaction through e-Granthalaya

·         Access to fees/Certificates/ Attendance /Syllabus / Timetable information

e-Granthalaya

 More over 25000 books are in our library. Teachers, students and staff can access status of book and availability of books from any where in the campus.  Using this software the libraries can automate in-house activities as well as user services. The software provides Web OAPC interface to publish the library catalog over Internet/Intranet.

e-Hospital

With the implementation of “e-hospital” project, all hospital related information can accessed from single point from anywhere in the campus. The main achievements to the project are furnished below.

Ø  To provide the benefits of streamlined operations.

Ø  It reduce the patient’s waiting time by smooth flow of information and provides house keeping of medical records such as patient’s history, diagnostic details, diagnosis details and prescription by doctor.

Ø  To control the registration of   patient by not issuing new identification number to the old patients.

Ø  To help the doctor retrieve relevant information related to patients, diseases, investigations, diagnosis, prescribed medicines, past history etc.

Ø  Cost control and improve productivity, enhanced administration control.

Ø  Generate various MIS and statistical reports which give information on common diseases prevalent in certain area, the catchments area of the hospital, Hospital statistics in terms of Inpatients, outpatients Diagnostic Services, Surgeries etc.

Ø  Centralized data storage and retrieval.

Ø  To standardize the working procedure at the Hospital as per the MCI and AYUSH Department.

m-Governance

With the introduction of campus automation, several mobile based services are being given from the Office to the staff, students and parents. Leave Status, Intimation of meetings, Attendance of Students, File Position are the examples

 

Recent Awards 

·         Total Sanitation award 2010 Malappuram Block and Ernad Taluk from Total Sanitation Mission, Malappuram District.

·         First prize of 1 lakh rupees instituted by State Pollution Control Board, Government of Kerala for 2011-2012.

·         Energy Conservation Award instituted by Govt. of Kerala for 2011-2012.

·         Principal, Dr. M. P. Eswarasarma, received the Atreya award instituted by Govt of Kerala for the best teaching faculty in Ayurveda colleges

 

2011 RANK HOLDERS (BAMS DEGREE)

1

DEEPTHI. P.T

Ist Rank - BAMS III Prof Examination. June 2011

2

DEEPA RAVINDRANATH

IInd Rank - BAMS III Prof Examination June 2011

3

ASWATHI. B

IIIrd Rank - BAMS III Prof Examination June 2011

2012 RANK HOLDERS (BAMS DEGREE)

1

PARVATHI KRISHNA

Ist Rank -  BAMS III Prof Examination June 2012

2

MISHKATH. M

IInd Rank - BAMS III Prof Examination June 2012

3

FATHIMA THASLI

IIIrd Rank - BAMS III Prof Examination June 2012

 

TIMETABLES

 

TIMETABLE FOR III PROFESSIONAL B.A.M.S Calicut university (ODD)

 

 

8-11

11-12

12-1

2-3

3-4

Mon

OP

Kayachikitsa

Prasooti

Salya

Panchkarma

Tue

OP

Salya

Kayachikitsa

Prasooti

Salakya

Wed

OP

Kayachikitsa

Pancha karma

Salakya

Prasooti

Thu

OP

Panchkarma

Kayachikitsa

Koumara

Salya

Fri

OP

Prasooti

Salakya

Panchkarma

Kayachikitsa

Sat

OP

Salya

Kayachikitsa

Salakya

Koumara

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

TIMETABLE FOR II PROFESSIONAL B.A.M.S Jr - KUHS

(2010 – 2015, 2011 – 2016 batches)

 

8 - 9

9 - 10

10-11

11-12

12-1

2-3

3-4

Mon

Charaka

Swasta

Nidana

R&B

Agada

Charaka

DGV

Tue

Charaka

Swasta practical

Nidana

Agada

R&B practicals

Wed

Agada

Clinics

Swasta

Nidana

R&B practicals

Thu

DGV

Clinics

Charaka

Swasta

DGV practicals

Fri

Swasta

Clinics

Swasta

Charaka

Swasta

Agada

Sat

R&B

DGV

Swasta

R&B

Charaka

***

***

TIMETABLE FOR II PROFESSIONAL B.A.M.S Sr - KUHS             (2010 – 2015, 2011 – 2016 batches)

 

8 - 9

9 - 10

10-11

11-12

12-1

2-3

3-4

Mon

Nidana

DGV

R&B

DGV

Nidana

R&B

Nidana

Tue

DGV

Nidana

R&B

DGV

Nidana

DGV practicals

Wed

R&B

Clinics

R&B

DGV

DGV practicals

Thu

Nidana

Clinics

DGV

Nidana

R&B practicals

Fri

R&B

Clinics

Nidana

DGV

Nidana

R&B

Sat

DGV

R&B

DGV

Nidana

R&B

***

***

TIMETABLE FOR FIRST PROFESSIONAL B.A.M.S(year batch)

2012 – 2017 batch

 

 

9-10

10-11

11-12

12-1

2-4

Mon

Sanskrit

Rachana

Samhita

Samhita

Rachana / Kriya  practicals

Tue

Samhita

Kriya

Samhita

Sanskrit

Rachana / Kriya  practicals

Wed

Kriya

Sanskrit

Rachana

Samhita

Rachana / Kriya  practicals

Thurs

Samhita

Kriya

Samhita

Rachana

Rachana / Kriya  practicals

Fri

Sanskrit

Rachana

Samhita

Kriya

Rachana / Kriya  practicals

Sat

Samhita

Rachana

Kriya

Samhita

Seminar

 

 
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